Ikos Dassia is a Top quality all-inclusive with an incredibly wide-ranging set of attractions…
Ikos Dassia opened in 2018 and is now firmly established as one of the leading Luxury All-Inclusive Resorts in the entire Mediterranean. Beautifully set on the Ionian coast, with fantastic facilities, appealing to couples, singles, and families. The design style is essentially Modern Greek contemporary, with a lush backdrop and a 650m sandy beach.
Atmospheric Corfu Town is just 7 miles away and is well worth discovering (Ikos Dassia offers shuttle at least once daily). Corfu Airport is 20 minutes transfer.
Ikos Dassia has a choice of 411 rooms, suites and villas.
Double rooms – Located in the main building with garden view . Compact at 23sqm , but provide a good entry price .
Superior Rooms – Similar to above, but slightly larger at 25sqm.
Panorama Junior Suite – 35 sqm, but with Full Sea View.
Deluxe Junior Suite Bungalows – 35sqm, with private garden.
Deluxe One bedroom Suites – 50sqm, with access to the exclusive beach and pool area
Deluxe Three bedroom Duplex Villa – 188sqm, with private pool and garden.
Several swimming pools – some are adult only whilst others are for family use plus children’s pool
A selection of non motorised water-sports (time limited to ensure fair usage)
Children’s club plus Teens Club in high season
Mountain bike hire
Football academy (subject to confirmation)
Spa and Fitness area (for use 16 years plus)
An incredibly vast selection of restaurants and bars with different cuisine styles and locations, with buffet style and fine dining options
Ikos Dassia is a top quality resort, which seems to tick all the boxes!
Especially popular with families, although couples will find many quiet romantic areas as well.Corfu is one of the most attractive islands . It has developed pockets but just as many totally natural and scenic areas . Corfu Town is picturesque and historic , reflecting the various cultures which have influenced the island .
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Virtually all countries worldwide have relaxed their protocols on Covid and there are very few restrictions. However, most countries review this on a month-by-month basis and will take immediate action should cases return or increase.
As a general statement, we would say travel is back to about 90% of its 2019 pre-covid levels – although with maybe less staff than before. This can particularly apply to airports with check-in teams and baggage handlers, and also in hotels. If you are a long-time repeat visitor to a specific hotel it is quite possible you might know your way around the property better than the newly appointed staff – smile and maybe even try to assist!
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